Wed 01 Apr 2020 08:18

UPDATE Franks funeral will take place this Friday, 3rd April 2020, at Nene Valley Crematorium. Due to necessary health restrictions, this will be a much shorter service (10 minutes) places reserved for Franks family only, with a small number of friends outside (organised via Bob Shaw) No wake afterwards. Franks family are planning a memorial service and function to celebrate Franks life when the health restrictions are lifted and normal life is resumed.

It is with deep regret that the club announces that Frank Booth passed away this morning, 27th March 2020, after a long illness at Kettering General Hospital. Frank was a long serving Bar manager and a great servant of the club, he worked tirelessly during the building of the new extension in the mid nineties, including working many hours without pay. He helped all the club's Bar Chairman passing on his experience of the bar trade. Our condolences to his Family from all at WRFC at this time.

Due to the Covid-19 restrcitions, only family members can attend his funeral.

Franks family are planning holding a Function to celebrate his long life when times return to something like normal.

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